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Vrhlny, Jan. 7, 1010.
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
Items of Personal and General Interest, fi;om
Our Corps of Special Correspondents
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Wilson Cocanowor'of Nowark was
In this vicinity last wcok.
Walter Moses and wlfo returned
liomo a few days ago from Virginia
"whero they have been visiting
S. H. Workman and wlfo and
daughter visited with Jacob Swank
and wlfo of noar Dutler ono day last
B. It iLeody transacted business
at Bollvllle Saturday.
Quito a fow from hero attended
tlio Sunday .school teachers' Institute
held at Smlthvlllo last wcok.,
Mir. Simon Syler Is numbered with
Mrs. Mary Workman and daughter
Wcaltha opont Sunday with Mrs. Q
Mr. Hack Borgcr and wlfo trans
ected business at Frederlcktown,
Miss Pearl Toms went to Ashland
Monday whero she oxpocts to begin
Miss Chloo Keller, who has been
Bpndlng tho holidays at homo, re
turned to Lorain
Miss Forn Syler spent a few days
with h.r sister, Mrs. Clara Uarton,
of Mt. Vernon.
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Mr. J. II. White of Lima spont
Christmas with his raofhor.
Mr. and Mrs. Parker of Cleveland
woro cho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al
fred Fish Christmas and 'New Years.
Misses. Edna Farquhar and Gladys
Mcrcor were In Johnstown during
Tho Christmas entertainment giv
en by the M. E. Sunday school at tho
high school auditorium last Thurs
day evening was well attended and
tho program was excellently render
ed, reflecting credit upon those who
drilled tho school In the rehearsals.
The members of tho jchool were
given a generous treat.
Mr. and Mrs. Hay Jacobs were
visiting In Frederlcktown last week.
Rev. A. C. Oorfman was called to
tho funeral of his undo, Allen Pon
tius, of Sonaca Co., on Christmas
day. His aunt was burled just one
week before. Their deathB was a sad
lose to Itov. Corfman's sister Llllle,
"who had ben adopted by them, after
tho death of her mother
Tho Hopo.well Sunday school elect-
od tho following officers for tho year,
Supt. James McMahon
Asat. Supt. Harry Smith
Secretary Grace Green
Librarian, Sterl Brown
Organist Edna Green
Mrs. McPhorson la very sick with
cancor on tho liver
Mrs. Bortha McGougb Is reported
to bo growing weaker.
Misses Etta and Helen Ayers and
Winona Farquhar were homo during
Ws. Underwood of Port Clinton Is
visiting relatives hero.
Mr.- and Mrs. Oscar Purdy . and
family were visiting In Shelby during
Mr. and Mrs. Wobstor of Michi
gan and Mrs. Wilcox of Colorado arc
tho Euests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Mr. Herbert Fish was homo over
Mr. Maxwell of Amity visited his
Bister, Mrs. McPherson last Friday
Miss Edna Bonnett visited with
Charles Clark of Frederlcktown on
New Years day.
Mr. and Mrs. Corfman wero re
membered with a set of orange silver
epoons, a flno moon light on a river
picture and table linen by the Mc.
Zlon, Hopewell and Gambler Sunday
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Shorlft Parker and family of Mt.
Vornon wero tho guests of C. S! Star
nor and family hero over Sunday.
Tho public schools hero resumed
tholr work Monday after their usual
Mr. Charles Scholes of Jolloway was
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hyatt
last Saturday and aunday.
Mr. Harrison Meoks of Masslllon
waB tho guest of his family hero a fow
days last week. Mr. Meoks expects
to move his family to Masslllon In tho
near future, ns ho Is employed there.
Tho I. O. O. F. banquet at tho Cen
tral hotel for tho Odd Follows and
tholr famillos ,Jnst Saturday wa3 a
swell affair, and waB thoroughly on
Joyed by all present. Tho majority of
tho mombors woro prosent, notwith
standing tho very Inclement weather
of tho evening.
Mrs. A. W, Fondrlck and son, Les
tor, of Howard, aro guests of relatives
Mr. Chan. Church of Itosobud, Ore.,
Is tho guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mra. Lowis Church of near this vil
las. C. C. Loiter, tho now Justlco of tho
pcaco hero, was sworn Into offlco Sat
urday, Jan. 1, 1010, by 0. S. Starnor,
notary public. Mr. Loiter will bo ready
for business as soon as his commis
John Grassbaugh and wlfo niado a
business trip to Danvlllo, Friday.
Harvoy Starnor, who Is employed In
Cleveland, will como homo Saturday
for a day's visit with his parents near
Tho C, A. & 07 section force was
increased to flvo men last week.
Tho employes of tho C, A. & C.
hero were gratified to learn that tho
company had given each of them an
nual passes for this year, Instead of
having thorn wrlto In for trip passes
when they desired to lcavo homo.
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Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cochran spent
Sunday with tho latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Smith.
Purdy Bros. & Young shipped two
mixed docks of stock Wednesday.
Mrs. 'Mat Snyder, who has been on
tho sick list, Is ablo to be about again.
Mr. Marvin Purdy spent Sunday
with Leo Davis and family.
E. G. Smith mado a business trip to
Mt. Vornon Monday.
Geo. Ramsey mado n $13 haul of
lur ono day this week.
J. K. Bobout of Frederlcktown spent
a fow days with relatives at this place
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No services have been held at Lib
erty chapel for two weeks on account
of repairing the church.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cochran wero
guests of Mr. Frank Inks, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ogg were
guests of Mr. Harry Blue, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vanco of Col
umbus wero guests of Mrs. W. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Balcom vlsltod
with Cllv Ogg Sunday.
Mrs. A. M. Cochran entertained her
relatives and friends New Year's day
with a dinner. Those present were Mr.
Edgar Tucker and family of near Mt.
Liberty, C. E. Cochran and family, J.
H. Cochran and family and W. S.
Tucker and famuy, Edgar Tarr and A.
M. Ewalt and daugnter, Verna.
Mr. W. C. Parker of near Mt. Ver
non is spending this week at this
Mrs. Cora Hubblo visited her moth
er, Mrs. J. E. Harper, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cocnran and
daughter, Inls, spent Monday wKn
Tho members of Liberty chapel aro
laying a new floor in tho churclj.
Mrs. Ethel Bripker Is ill with grip.
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Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Buck visited
friends In Westervlllo over Sunday. ,
Bliss Jones nnd family of Washing
ton C. II. are visiting relatives here.
Henry Hicks of Horford, Texas, is
visiting friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Houck of Grove
City woro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Tod Done last wcok.
Mr, Audry Miller of Columbus was
tho guest of Wm. Miller over Sunday.
George Oliver nnd wlfo aro visiting
relatives in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Miss Lena Litzenburg of R. F. D.
4, is the guest of Miss Ethol Pitkan
of Flvo Corners.
Attorney Chas. Hayden was In Mar
lon last week.
Mary Long Is visiting Utlca friends.
B. C. Ramoy nnd J. F. Lyon are
sick with grip.
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Mr. Harry Riffey and family of
Croton spent New Year's day with
his mother, Mrs. F. E. Elliott.
Mr. Carl Van Voorhis and famly
returned to tholr home In Flndlay,
Ohio, Tuetday after a pleasant visit
with many friends and reladves.
Miss Ethel Baird returned to Ada
Tuesday to resume her studies in
thaO. N. U.
Mrs. Waldon Clutter la visiting
her soii, Jay, and family In Hiram,
Mr. Ransbottom of Owl Crcok
preached In tho Baptist church Sun
Miss Laura Bowman spont her
holiday vacation with her brother,
James Bowman and family
Mr. Scott Brown and MIsa Ada
Mlllor wora In town Saturday,
Otto Francis of Obcrlln Is homo
visiting lior parents. s
Mies Clara McGaw is tho guest of
lior aunt, Mrs. Nowell.
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Mrs. Mary Norrlclc of Howard was
tho guest of friends hero Monday.
Prof. Bornard Jefferson returned
to his work at tho Do Veaux college
Mr. and Mra. P. W, Workman and
children of Pittsburg returned homo
Monday after a few days with friends
and relatives hero.
Mr. E. W. Burrls of Mlllersburg,
Mr L E Rawllnson of Mt. Vornon
and MIbb Fayo Vrceso of Martlns-
burg woro guests of Mr. and Mrs;
W. C. Burrls ovsr Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Esely and
daughter of Cambrldgo aro visiting
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Esely s
Mr. James Bartlett of Buffalo,
who Bpont New Year's day with his
parents, returned to Buffalo Sunday.
Mies Anna Neldon, who 13 attend
ing echool In Delaware, left Sunday
for Mt. Vernon whero she will visit
for a few days' before returning to
Misa Eva Workman Is suffering
from a Eevero attack of tonsllltls.
Mra. S. G. Shaw of Warsaw and
little daughter aro tho guests of her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Church.
Mrs. Sadie Crow of Cleveland re
turned hon.o after visiting with her
parents Air. and Mrs. Thomas Rob
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Sylvester Nowles, a telegraph
operator for tho C, A. & C. of Hol
mesvlllo, Ohio, and Dora McBroom
were married at tho bride's homo
here Jan. 1.
Grandma Jackson has been very
low with pneumonia but Is improv
ing slowly and although 92 years of
ago It is thought Bhe will recover.
Mr. George Lampson died Sunday
morning at tho age of 79. Funeral
Tuesday at 11 a. m. Ho was a high
ly esteemed citizen.
Ivan Maglll of Mt. Vernon spent
New Year's day with his grand
parents here, Mr. and Mtb. Burghol
Bryan Billman of Columbus Is
visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs A. Baltzell, of our village.
Morgan Burgholder and Dan Pop-
pleton aro visiting relatives at Fred
erlcktown. Mrs. A Baltzell has been suffering
from heart trouble but Is some
Bort Riley and wlfo have returned
to their home at Ridgeway.
Mrs. J. B. Masteller is still having
very poor health.
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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith and son
Sylvester also J. W. Smith spent
Christmas day with Calvin Smith
and family south of Frederlcktown
Mrs. H. S. Taylor entertained in
honor of her husband's birthday on
Thursday with a six o'clock dinner.
Miss Adella Hosack spent the holi
days with friends In Stoubenvllle.
Miss Helen Dalrymplo was home
from Sandusky to spend the holi
days. Mr. and Mrs. John Wurtz moved
onto their farm near this place last
Mr. and Mirs Kennedy Chcnne
worth of Columbus wero guests at
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Anders during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Smith and
daughter Maudlo and Eon George
and Mr. and Mrs. William Smith
and eon spent Sunday with their
father Mr. J. M. Smith in Fredsrlck
town. There wero fourteen present
at tho Sunday dinner.
Mrs. H. E. Cassell entertained a
number of friends at a six o'clock
dinner last Wednesday.
Mr Wm. Boner and family of Co
lumbus visited with friends and rela
tives in this vicinity during tho holi
days. Mrs. F. A. -Day and children visit
ed relatives at Sovillo and Cleveland
during tho holidays
Tho old village council hold Its
Inst meeting on Friday evening nnd
closed un tho business to date. A
mother Mrs. Corum from Chester
and tho bonds of tho Incoming
officials ratified and some of tho now
officials werq sworn In.
Tho families of C. C. Goodoll
Okay Wykor and Charles Brlggr
united In celebrating Christmas with
a treo at tho homo of Mr. Dempso
Mr. Earl Hicks and family vlsiteC
Mrs. Roberts at Sparta a fow dayt
during tlio holidays. Mrs. Roberts
Is Mrs. Hick's grandmother.
Mr. B. C. Smith visited with IiIf
brother ln,Mt Vornon the past wesk
MIbb Gladls Corwin, visited frlondi
in Columbus during tho holidays,
Mrs I. owls Leonard visited with
rolatlvts In Mt. Vernon during thf
Mrs, May Roby entertained her
mother Mrs. Jorum from Chester
vlllo tho pout woek.
Mr and Mrs. II. Wilson and Mr.
and Mrs. Pitt Strubto visited friend (s
In Columbus during tho holidays.
MIbb Mary Vail was homo from
school at Adr., Ohio, during tho holi
days. Tho wcok of prayor Is being ob-
Ecnod at tho Methodist church. The
meeting will bo continued on lsdefl
nltcly with special revivals,
MIsa Grade Norrlck spent the holl
daj-B visiting friends in Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Barnen visited
relatives at Marietta during the holi
Mr. Fay Whltford of Columbus
spent tho holidays visiting his
mother Mrs. Eplcta Whltford In this
MIbb Rose Porter of Oberlin visit
ed Ml si Nellie Morgan in this place
Mr; L. Chester Lewis was here
from Taylor University, Upland,
Indiana, during tho holidays
Mrs. Dora Stclnmcts visited her
daughter Miss Blanch Snare at Ma
rengo the past week.
Mr. Wm. Kinney and family visit
ed friends in Coshocton during the
Mr. and Mts. William Edwards
visited relatives at Nowark during
Mr. Wood Auton of Mansfield visit
ed his parents Mr. and Mrs. Chariot
Auten tho past week.
Levering Brothers have purchased
the Fred Simons farm. They also
shipped fourteen car loada of pro
ducts from this place during Chrlst
mr week That Is going some for a
Mrs. Abigail Smith died at her
homo In this place on Dec. 25, from
Infirmities Incident to old age at the
age of eighty-five years. She leaves
ono daughter, Miss Ophelia Smith.
and two grandchildren. The funeral
was held at tho home on Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, services be
ing conducted by the Rev Thomas
Hambly of tho Methodist church. In
terment waB mado In Forest ceme
Mr. John Stahl of Butler called on
friends In this place last Saturday
Mr. L. L. Stark of Mansfield trans
acted business in this placo and
Waterford last Friday.
W. M. Loomla of Columbus was a
Frederlcktown visitor laBt Saturday.
Mr. E. M. Dick of Mt. Vernon
visited friends In this placo last
J. W. Jolly of Mansfield called on
Frederlcktown friends last Saturday,
Mr. Ralph Lagman of Utlca visited
with Kenneth Jones a couple of days
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Matthews and
llttlo daughter, and C. F. Kanaga of
Detroit, Michigan, and Mr. and Mra.
M. H. Sorge of Cleveland are spend
ing the holidays with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Kanaga.
Mrs. Mallnda Spice spent Tuesday
at Mt Vernon with Mr. and, Mrs. Jas.
Smith and returned homo Tuesday
Miss Hazel Merrln of Butler was
the guest of Miss Lillian, Bradrlck
Wednesday of this week.
A surprised man was Attorney P.
L. Wilklus last week Monday when
a number of friends wero entertained
at his homo in remembrance of hh
birthday. Those present wero Mr
and Mrs. John Dague, Rev. and Mrs
Thomas Hambly and son, Arthur
and Mr. James Bartlett of Buffalo
Mr. Joe Carr has been qute 11'
from an atack of grippe the last
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fox enter
tained Mr. Ilonry Fox and family on
Miss Roo Davison visited with
friends at Johnstown, Ohio, the past
Prof. Coffer of our public schools
surprised his friends by returning
from Delaware with a bride. They
will ocupy tho Hogerty flat on Main
Mr. Earnest Pollen and Mr. Geo.
Boyd returned to tholr school work
at Case echool Jn Cleveland on Mon
day Mlsg Mary Brurabach, Mr. Foy
Iferendeen and Mr. Irvine Kirk re
turned to Delaware on Tuesday to
take up their studies In tho univer
sity. Mr. Clyde Patterson, who vlsltod
his parpnts horo during tho holidays,
returned to his work in eastern Pa.
Mr. Bent Dcnman vlsltod his
grandfather In Marion during the
Mies Mattio Burns of Mt. Vornon
vir.lted hor mother in th'3 placo the
Mr. and Mre. S. II. Esoly and
laughter, Lucllo, of ( Cambrldgo, 0.,
'.islted tho former's brother at Dan
ville tho first of tho week and at
rtcv. Otis Hartr's In Frederlcktown.
Tho Presbyterian church hold
special services Friday evening and
communion eorvlccs next Sunday
0 Monday ovonlng Goo. Fraizoi,
one of tho oldest citizens of this
placo, dted at his homo from heart
failure bin death being vory suddon
and' unexpected, thought ho has boon
weak for some time. Ho Icavoa four
sons and four daughters. Tho fun-
oral Thursday undsr tho ausplceri ofJ
tho Masonic lodge of this placo
Mr. William Wlliltts and Miss
Blanch Sellers woro married on Wed
nesday evening of last w- k at the
bride's homo south of this place, 10
guests lining present. Rov Thomas
Hambly of the Methodist church per
formed tho coromony.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Foots enter
tained the Methodist choir on Nov;
Vcars with a six o'clock dinner and
also hold a watch meeting. Other
guests cf the occasion woro Rev.
ThoB, Hambly, wlfo and son and Mr.
and Mrs. Grant Boggs,
Mrs. McKlcrnan and Miss Anna
Casner ontcrtalncd at New Year's
dinner Mr. and Mrs. J D. Footo and
daughter, Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs.
M. P. Howes Rev and Mrs, Thos.
Hambly and son, Arthur, and Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Dill.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Love and Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Blackford, at the
home of tho formei In Frederick
town, entertained on N'ew Year's day
with a flvo enure; family dinner at
1 p. m. Those rented at the table
weri Mrj. Martha Olln and ttrs.
O. P. FoU of Frederlcktown, Mrs.
Charles Miller and Mrs. A. J.
Mann of Mt. Vornon, Mrs. Frank
Sailo and MIs3 Minnie Swably
Columbus, Mrs. Emily 'Stallo, Miss
Mlnnlo Swably of Columbus, Mrs.
Emily NIcowaner, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Gunsaulus of Mt. Oilead. With
tho attention of the host and hostess
all did ample Justice to the meal
prepared. The youngsters entertain
ed wero Miss Iva and Nell Blackford
and Master Darwin Foot, Mr. Bort
Blackford was the toastmaster.
Mr. F. Morrow and Mr. Walter John
son transacted business at tho court
house in Mt. Vernon on Tuesday.
Mrs. C. A. Singrey Is spending sev
eral weeks visiting with her son, Dr.
P. L. Singrey at Mt. Vernon.
A pleasant surprise was given Mrs.
Emily Rowloy on New Year's day by
twenty-five friends and relatives. Well
filled baskets were taken along and a
big dinner and flno time was had.
Mayor Morris Hagerty, while on his
way homo Tuesday evening, fell on
tho ice and dislocated his shoulder
bono. It Is hoped that the Injury will
not prove serious.
Miss Miller and MIsa Maud Daugher
ty of Mansfield wero guests of Mrs.
Owen several days the past week.
Mr. L. Coover of Dayton visited In
this placo with friends on Tuesday.
Mr. John Gault of Mt. Vernon was
a Frederlcktown visitor on Wednes
day of this week.
Mr. William Carrlck of Tiffin, was
calling on friends In Frederlcktown
B. A. Brown of Cleveland visited
friends in this place on Wednesday.
H. G. Deitrick of Cleveland was a
Frederlcktown visitor on Tuesday. .
Mr. J. R. Bebout and daughter at
tended tho family reunion of Mrs. John
Colgln in Mt. Vornon on New Year's
A. J. Gambler of Mansfield visited
in Frederlcktown on Wednesday.
Mr. L. B. Wagner went to Columbus
on Tuesday of this week on a business
O. P. Welsh of Columbus gave Fred
erlcktown a call on Tuesday.
Tho rain and lco on the streets the
first of tho week caused many to have
a fall and some fell pretty heavily.
Tho special meotings a. tho Metho
dist church aro attracting large con
gregations this week.
Miss Efllo Lunn of Gallon visited
with her sister, Mrs. (Dr.) Eastman
In Frederlcktown over Sunday.
Mr. Harry Groff, who has been. in
Chicago for some time past taking
treatment returned homo on Friday
last, much Improved in health.
Mr. and Mrs. Zack Berger of Ankl
onytown wero calling on friends In this
placo last Saturday. t
Mr. Benjamin Corwin nnd daughter
woro hero from Michigan during the
holidays to visit his brother, Mr. A. C.
A most onjoyablo occasion was the
homo Christmas treo and three
courso dinner at tho residence of Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Canan of Levering on
Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Canan
was decorated In holly and pine over
greens, together with Christmas bells
and other tissue paper ornaments.
Tho parlor treo, laden with pre
sents for tho guests assembled, oc
cupied a prominent placo In ono ot
Mm nnmmodlous front rooms. The
magnificent display of roraembor
ances was tho subject of many con
lectures ns for whom they might be
Intended. Tho curiosity was not te
bo gratified until after tho dinner
was served. And In fact tho wonders
of tho treo wero entirely forgotten
when tho guests responded to tho In
vltatlon to assemble in tho dining
room where th6 lahl? was loaded
will all tho ( hrlRtm&B direr known
to the culinary department of this
A mlnature plno was placed In tho
enter of tho table find n largo
Christmas bell hung over It. Fcstbon
of holly 'woro suspended from the
center to the corners of tho room
and added tho touch ncLOEBary to
complete the decorations
At tho conclusion of tho bountiful
repast to whlrh all did ample Justice,
in lieu of the usual after dinner
speeches nnd Christmas verms, a
unlquo and amusing entertainment
was introduced. To each place-card
was attached a long streamer of
Christmas ribbon. The other end was
connected to a novel toy, which
brought Joy nnd laughter to its re
cipient, when drawn forward and un
wrapped before the eyes of the other
guestp. Tho favors included toys,
gold fish, Happy Hollgans, clowns,
tin boms and Jumping .lucks. The
air resounded with tho mingled
squeaks of the speaking tojs and the
toot of the horns coming from the
eldors as well as the children
After the return to tho front par
lor and the bestowing of the gifts an
impromptu program was rendered.
Christmas Bongs, old time experien
ces and selected readings composed
a diversified and highly entertaining
Recitations by Edna Canan, en
titled "Santa and the Chimney Top,
and Thelraa Canan, "My Emily
Jane", were especially praise worthy.
These present were Prof, and Mrs.
J. II. Canan and daughter Thelma,
Flndlay, O., Mrs. C. M. Davis, Mrs.
S. A. Wheeler and Mrs. Lucy Smoth
ers, Levering, O., Mrs. Alta Good
rich, Westcrvllle, O., Miss Fannie De
Voe, Frederlcktown, O., Mr. L. J.
Burger, Levering, O., and the hrfst
and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Can
an and daughter Edna.
The home tree celebration Is an
annual affair with the Canan fam
ilies, it being a home coming and re
union for the eastern relatives. The
place of next year's meeting is not
yet definitely decided upon, but will
no doubt be at the residence of Prof,
J. H. Canan, Flndlay, Ohio.
Delinquent Tax Sale, Knox County, 1910.
The lands, lots nnd parts of lots returned dcllnQuent by the Treasurer of Knox
Cqunty, Ohio, together with the taxes and penalty charged thereon, agreeably to
law, are contained and described in tile following Hat, vlx:
Description of Property.
OWNEIVS NAMES Delinquent
What Part of Lot, Section
R. T. Qr. or survey. Sub. No. Acres Value Tax
Presbyterian Parsonage Hanover 15 220 9 62
COLLOGE TOWNSHIP . ..
Alpha DeItaPhl Gambler cent, part out lot 23 1. liO 7
Clark, Samuel Pierce pt out lot 19 2S0 12U
CLINTON TOWNSHIP , m
Sprankle, Ida If Delmont Add. 74-73 20 120
Dalr, Nellie 0 13 8 1 pt Buckwood .DO 20 K
Cochran, C. L White 12-13-H-15-1C-17 ISO 4 85
Day. Leonlce H Lewis 2-3-4 6.0 15 43
Ferenbaugh, Joseph 13 6 2 1-CI n pt 2 .23 10 JS
Frost, Joseph 13 6 4 w pt Elmwood 30 lit
Frost. Joseph 13 C 1 w pt Elmwood 30 11G
Klrkpatrlck. Catherine 13 6 4 w pt Elmwood .20 100 958
MsGruder, Hannah 13 6 1 e pt Elmwood .20 100 3S4
Penrose. Susannah 13 G 2secorl7 1. 103
Ituhl. Anne B 13 G 2 e pt 20 34.50 610 1G51
Buhl. Anne B 13 G 2ept20 34.50 910 2164
West, L. F. Falrvlew 1-2-3-7-9-13-14-20-22-23-27-
5-21 G-220-221 -222-221-227-230-232-234-239-242-213-218
HOWAItD TOWNSHIP "
Colopv. Mnry A 11 7 2 s cent pt 8 and 9 20. 3G0 930
Lonff.'W. K 11 7 2 e pt 17 17G.1I 4120 10G45
Cox, Sarah 11 7 4 wpf7 and pt 8 4.50 130 5 70
Long, W. K 11 7 lwptSO 10. 2.-0 9 GS
Blake. E. T 14 7 4 pt 3-G GO 2 02
Cox, Sarah J I & II 41-42-43 200 1314
Parker, Robt. J Israel 27 - l.'O 7 48
Shrake, Phoebe & Lepley M. ...I & H 23 170 7 4S
Ullman, Ella Weatherwax I & H 0 70 1 G4
Jennings. Laura 15 5 3 lit cent pt 13 ' 3. 130 318
Sutton, Elmer 15 5 3 e pt 30 3.93 100 1214
Smith, J. N 10 f lSscptse 40. 420 13G3
Mclntlre, Win. A 10 8 5 n w pt n e 40. 500 1G23
Stewart, Eliza A 10 9 22 s e n w 40. 220 711
Sillier, Alice & (I. F 10 5 21 n e pt s w & n w pt s e SO. S00 3300
Pipes, Lovey A 10 5 10 pt w lit s o CO. SCO 1G0I
JACKSON TI IMLLSDtniG DIST.
Gibbs, A, L 10 5 21 pt -s e pt s 0 21.20 120 926
Squires, Oliver 11 6 3 n pt 12 illZi 1570 4063
Squires, Oliver 13 5 3 n e pt 8 13. 300' 778
Lodge, I. O. O. F. pt 15 530 202S-
ITnll. Amanda 12 7 2 w cnt pt 23 11.37 160 SGS
F. II. & Q. E. Fulrchlld 12 7 16 w p n w -- S. 200 712
Loree. John Heirs 13 7 10 pt h w pt s w 3. 50 178
Turner, Harriet 11 7 2 w pt 1 23.14 930 3171
Turner, Harriet 11 7 2 w pt 1 1.73 i 11S0 CO 36
Blnger, Catherine 12 S .1 rt 1 3.37 SO 243
Porter. Harry L 12 r, 3 e pt s 1-2-17 10. 200 GOT
Porter, Clarn & Albert 12 G .1 w cent pt 17 250 GO 1 M
Kenrns, J. V , 12 G 2 n pt 17 71. S00 2101
Coluin. Almeda Millwood 4 10 45
Colu'In, Lenoin Millwoods 10 46
Colgln, Rose M Millwood 6 10 46
O. P 20x'0 ft n e pt 23 120 752
Foote. J. B. & II. E Footo 1-5-17-21-32-121 CSO. 3571
MT. VERNON-FIRST WARD
Day. Leonlce II Burr 2-3 1800 23392
Ickes, J. M. & Cliappelear. II.... B. R. fG ft oft 12 50 2 63
Ickes. J. M Ickes 5 110 G9J
Pvle, Kate S Eastern 31x132 ft Vino st 500 41 38
Sturgcss, H. A Hnrnwclll-14 1530 131 CO
,r Park 21 910 8833
" Park 23 S10 GO 615
ITnll Anna C O. P. o 1-2-1S0 2100 310 40
Hal Anna C O. P. 1SS 960 7190
Mai on VUol'G Park 5 12S0 15191
Mt Vernon Itefr geratlng Co.... Walker 212-205 machinery 3150 2"0SS
Mt. Vernon Refrigerating Co..... Walker 298 ex 100 ft machinery 830 61 66
Tnvlor George R verslde 3-i4 100 7 43
wSkmanfMtfude":::::::...: $ 9nD 40 2153
,CorwIn. Luelln F West Add 9 ' , 370 19 93
'Ferenbaugh. Joseph Curtis 13-Mp a 460 Jl 40
Tavlor S L ..'.'.'.'.I'...'..'. Curtis 21 ft s e cor 27 30 221
S? EmVrson-I 21
sn'mn- Mavf if ?:.ya:::" : " of w n-Pt Pt i & 3 i 18"
Su : Marv E .Russell Ex' n 1-2 of 11 " - 450 3141
Taylor, jSslma M. .............Russell Ex. a 1-2 of 11 6 41 98
And notice Is hereby given that tho whole of raid Severn tracts, lots or pnrtn
of lots, or so much thereof ns will pay tho taxes and Penalty thereon, will be sold
bv the County Treasurer at tho Court Homo In sold County, on Tuesday, Jan. 18.
1910. unless said tnxes nnd penalty bo paid before that t me. and that the snlo
will be continued from day to day until tho said tracts, lot and parts of lots shall
have been sold or offered for sale. IRVIN YOUNG
ML Vernon, Ohio. Jan. 7, 1910. County Auditor
Mr. anil Mrs. Clyde Mllllgan ,Mr,
and Mrs. Edward YoBt nnd aon,
Ralph, and Mr. 13. K. Lookwood of
Brandon attended tho funoral of tho
late Georgo Lampson which was hold
in Mt, Liberty Tucsdny.
It's Good Very Good
We sell all kinds Feod
Purina Poultry Feeds
The best known feed
for chicks or, chickens
Elevator & Mill Co.
Ely's Cream Balm
It qtilckty abtorbed.
Glici Relict at Onco.
It cleanses, soothes.
heals and protects
tbo diseased mem
brane resulting from
Catarrh and drives
away a Cold In the
stores tho Senses of HAY FEVER
Tosto and Smell. Full size 50 cts.,atDrug
gista or by maiL In liquid form, 75 cents.
iUy Brothers, C8 'Warren Street, New York.